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Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One announces new series

Published on Friday 19th of May 2017 08:10:31 AM in BBC

Entertainment One, the company that owns Peppa Pig, has announced it is working on a new series of the popular pre-school cartoon. It expects 117 episodes to be aired around the world from the spring of 2019. The new series of cartoons will be made by ...

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